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advances in television technology. the communicators winds up its visit to ces international 2013 the consumer electronics show enlace does. with a look at several booths to see some of the technologies being unveiled this year. >> host: joining us on the to mitigators is henry massey of the venom corporation. mr. massey what it is at that venom makes? >> guest: datagard is a security project for your mobile device. the idea of datagard is it makes an encrypted -- your wi-fi connection and stops people from grabbing your wi-fi connection and grabbing your data sent over the wi-fi connection. there's a really big danger with mobile devices when they are used on open wi-fi networks where people can read your meet your passwords and your usernames on your e-mail for see exactly what you are doing on the web. it's a big issue, really big issue these days and more more people are having their data stolen. this product stops that. >> host: we are looking at a little package here. where is the actual data card? >> guest: datagard is a combination between a server and we have servers in m
, with a look at several booths to see some of the technology that's being unveiled this year. >> host: and now joining us on "the communicators" is henry massey of the venom corporation. mr. massey -- >> guest: hello. >> host: -- what is it that venom makes? >> guest: well, we actually are producing a product here called data guard. it's a scooter product for your mobile twice. now, the idea of data guard is it makes an encrypted link between your mobile device and the internet which stops people grabbing your wi-fi connection and grabbing your data sent over the wi-fi connection. it's a really big danger with mobile devices when they're used on open wi-fi networks, people can read your passwords or user names on your e-mail or see what you're doing on the web. it's a really big issue these days, and more and more people are having their data stolen on open wi-fi networks. this product stops that. >> host: so we're looking at a little paneling here. where is the -- a little package here. where is the actual data card? >> guest: actually a combination between a server, and we have servers in a
. the internet is a global network without borders. our various technologies for trading all of that data. -- there are various technologies for all of that data. a lot of things are free on internet now may no longer be be free because costs are being raised. they could stop the growth of it. it is hard to measure the innovations that never make it to the market due to some governmental action. you cannot measure what never existed. wouldncertainty alone drive up costs and create some chaos and a lot of engineering headache's. hopefully our country and others will stand strong. what we really need to do is convince the developing world that this is not good for the human condition over wall. -- overall. >> senator bill nelson called for more information, for the fcc to require more information under the disclose act more political backing information to the displayed ads. >> for the disclose act regarding the disclosure of initical donors to groups the form of ads, it did not past. it is not the law of the land. there has been an argument from both the house and the senate that something
borders. various technologies transmit all that data. but it creates uncertainty, to answer your question directly. for consumers it's going to drift uncertainty and raise costs. so a lot of things that are free on the internet now, now may no longer be free because costs are being raised. and it could stop the growth of it. you know, what's hard to measure are innovations that never make it to market due to some sort of governmental action. you can't measure what never existed. and so that uncertainty alone, i think, will drive up costs and create some chaos and create a lot of engineering headaches. so hopefully, you know, our country and some others will stand strong. but what we really need to do is convince the developing world that this really is not good for the human condition overall and for the development of their countries. >> host: commissioner mcdowell, last week senator bill nelson of florida called for more information for the fcc to require more information under the disclose act. and for more political backing information to be displayed on ads. what do you think about t
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